This story centers around a man named Jabril Anderson, who gets himself caught up in his own web of deceit. He's a good guy, but makes bad decisions especially when it comes to matters of ... See full summary »
Kenyon L. O'Brien,
The story revolves around the passengers of a yachting trip in the Atlantic Ocean who, when struck by mysterious weather conditions, jump to another ship only to experience greater havoc on the open seas.
Following the death of her fire-fighter husband, housewife Anne McNeil decides to move from New York to the small California town of Marvel, where she and her husband spent their honeymoon.... See full summary »
Deserves some credit for including a bisexual character that isn't a blatant stereotype of a mincing queen, especially considering when it was made but that isn't enough to make the film one to recommend. Poorly directed, horribly dated with some howlingly awful scenes with two horrendous performances from the lead actor and actress, he's much worse than she is. Ray Danton and Dana Wynter are the only ones to emerge with their dignity intact but Ray's part is small and Dana's is almost an afterthought involving a meaningless subplot but she is so elegant and classy that she makes the few moments on screen some of the only worthwhile ones in the picture. Something for bad movie lovers, others beware!
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